CSKA Moscow have announced that Milos Krasic is joining Juventus after the two clubs reached agreement on a €15 million price tag for the Serbia forward.
Krasic is due to fly to Turin to put pen to paper on a five year transfer. Krasic, 26, made his professional debut in Serbia in 1999, when he was only 14, with Vojvodina Novi Sad, joining CSKA Moscow in 2004.
With the Russian side, he won two national championships in 2005 and 2006, four Russian Cups, as well as the UEFA Cup in 2005. In 2009, Krasic was named Serbian footballer of the year.
He endured a disappointing FIFA World Cup™ having been hailed as one of the potential stars, failing to sparkle as Serbia exited in the first round.
"I'm the happiest man in the world," Krasic told Tuttosport. "I always believed in Juve - even when things seemed difficult I knew that everything would be resolved. I was proved right."